For scholars within 10 years of PhD award.
For scholars more than 10 years post-PhD.
For independent scholars.
For scholars working in Political Economy.
For groups of 2-10 scholars.
Our seventh Flexible Grants for Small Groups competition launches on 17th August 2020, aiming to support original interdisciplinary research, across the range of the social sciences, to be held from a start date no later than the end of December 2021.
The awards are intended as enabling one or more short periods of face-to-face joint group work such as workshops, working-in-pairs, or short academic visits over a period of up to one year, with grants up to a maximum of £5,000 or €5,500*.
Deadline: 5pm (GMT), 9th October 2020
The ISRF seeks to fund innovative research which breaks with existing explanatory frameworks so as to address afresh empirical problems with no currently adequate theory or investigative methodology.
Innovation may also come from controversial theoretical approaches motivated by critical challenge of incumbent theories. Interdisciplinarity in the generation of new investigative initiatives may be achieved by combining and transforming empirical methods and theoretical insights from the social sciences. Projects ranging across the breadth of the social scientific disciplines and interdisciplinary research fields are welcome, and relevant applications from scholars working within the humanities and the natural sciences are also encouraged.